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United Way of Washington County's resource development director leaving

Addie Nardi to become executive director of Franklin County nonprofit

September 28, 2012
  • Addie Nardi
United Way of Washington County

United Way of Washington County has announced the resignation of Resource Development Director Addie Nardi.

Nardi, who started working for United Way in May 2008, is leaving to become an executive director of a nonprofit in Franklin County, Pa., according to a news release from United Way.

“We appreciate the contributions Addie has made to United Way through the past four years,”
Interim Executive Director Anjie Doll said. “We wish her well in her new role and will miss her greatly. We have been working with her and our volunteers to manage the campaign upon her departure.”
Nardi will be with United Way through Oct. 12.

“It was important to me to be able to stay with United Way through getting the campaign up and running, as well as Day of Caring,” Nardi said. “My new board of directors was very supportive of this decision.”

This year’s United Way campaign will run through Dec. 31. At the recent campaign kickoff, co-chairs Jim Fakult of Potomac Edison and Peter E. Perini Sr. announced a goal of $1.75 million.

“If I have learned anything while working in this community, it’s that we will rally around our
neighbors and support this year’s campaign,” Nardi said in the release. “We know that the need is out there and United Way is poised to be able help address those needs.”

This year’s Day of Caring will be held Oct. 10. United Way will again have a record number of volunteers at this year’s event.

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